C-P. Huang
Donald C. Phillips Professor
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering           
University of Delaware                                                  
Newark, DE 19716
Tel: (302) 831-8428    
Fax: (302) 831-3640
E-mail: huang@ce.udel.edu 
                                             

Technical Reports

Wang, H., Yang, W. C. and Huang, C. P., Modeling of Oil Evaporation of an Aqueous Environment. CMS-RANN-3/76, Technical Report, Department of Commerce, College of Marine Studies and Department of Civil Engineering, University of Delaware, 1976.

Huang, C. P., Development at the 9th International Conference on Water Pollution Research, Stockholm, Sweden, Office of Research and Development, U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, 160pp, 1978.

Huang, C. P., Activated Carbon Process for the Treatment of Wastewater Containing Hexavalent Chromium, U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA-600/2-79-130, 71pp, 1979.

Huang, C. P., Activated Carbon Process for the Treatment of Cadmium(II) Containing Wastewater, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA-700/2/-81-156, 102pp, 1981.

 Huang, C. P., Interaction between Complexed Heavy Metals and Hydrous Solids: Adsorption and Its Effect on Colloidal Stability, U. S. Government Printing Office, NTIS PB- 83-114355, 209pp, 1983.

 Huang, C. P., Adsorption Characteristics of Pb(II) at the Solid-Solution Interface. Effect of Complex Formation, U. S. Government Printing Office, NTIS PB-83-114918, 124pp, 1983.

Huang, C. P., Adsorption of Cu(II) at the Solid Solution Interface. Effect of Complex Formation, U. S. Government Printing Office, NTIS PB-83-114900, 235pp, 1983.

Huang, C. P., Adsorption of Zn(II) onto Synthetic Aluminosilicates, U. S. Government of Printing Office, NTIS PB-84-239268, 176pp, 1984.

 Huang, C. P., Concurrent Removal of Toxic Heavy Metals and Organic Substances by Activated Carbon Processes from Contaminated Groundwater, NTIS Rep. PB 85-218972/AS National Tech. Inf. Serv., Springfield, VA 22161, 1984.

Huang, C. P., The Removal of Heavy Metals from Water and Wastewater by Activated Carbon Process. II. In the Absence of Complex Formation, Proceedings, Seminar on Adsorption, U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA/600/X-85, 122pp, 1985.

Huang, C. P., The Removal of Some Toxic Organic Chemicals from Contaminated Groundwater by Photocatalytic Oxidation, Project Completion Report, Water Resource Center, University of Delaware, 79pp, 1987.

Huang, C. P., A Mechanistic Study of the Photocatalytic Oxidation of Phenols Using Semiconductors, Project Completion Report, Water Resource Center, University of Delaware, 72pp, 1988.

Huang, C. P., The Removal of Toxic Heavy Metals from Contaminated Groundwater by a Fungal Adsorption Process, Final Technical Report, U. S. Geological survey, DOI, 121pp, 1989.

Huang, C. P., Anodic Oxidation of Phenolic compound, Final Report, Water Resource Center, Department of Interior, 128pp, July 1990.

Huang, C. P., Environmental Fate Investigation of Chromium Contamination, Final Project Report, New Jersey State Department of Environmental Protection, September 1991.

Huang, C. P., The Development of an Electrochemcial Process for In-situ Treatment of Contaminated Groundwater, Final Project Report, Water Resource Center, Department of Interior, July 1991.

Huang, C. P., Minimizing Highway Construction Impacts to Wetlands. Standards and Specifications (with M. Eck), Final Project Report, Delaware Transportation Center, May 1992.

 Huang, C. P., Feasibility Study on the Removal of TEL by Soil Flushing, Final Project Report, Du Pont Chemical Company, July 1991.

Huang, C. P., In-Situ Treatment of Surfactant-Contaminated Aquifer by Electrochemical Processes, Final Report, Delaware Research Partnership and Du Pont Chemical Company, 117 pp, December 1992.

Huang, C. P., The Development of Electrochemical Processes for In-situ Treatment of Ammonium Perfluorooctanoate Contaminated Groundwater, Final Project Report, Du Pont Chemical Company, 117pp, 1992.

Huang, C. P., Determining the Effectiveness of Control Measures Against Highway Construction Impacts, Final Project Report, Delaware Department of Transportation, July 1994.

Huang, C. P., In-Situ Treatment of Surfactant-Contaminated Aquifer by Electrochemical Processes, Final Technical Report, Du Pont Company and Delaware State Research Partnership, 137 pp, 1993.

Huang, C. P. and Weng, C. H., Effect of Specific Chemical Reactions on the Transformation and the Transport of Chromium in the Soil-Water System, Final Technical Report, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and Energy, Trenton, NJ, 149 pp, 1995.

Yin, J., Allen, H. E., and Huang, C. P., Adsorption/Desorption and Transport of Mercury and Arsenic in New Jersey Soils, Final Technical Report, Division of Science and Research, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and Energy, Camden, NJ, 296 pp, 1997.

Huang, C. P., Recovery of EDTA from Power Plant Boiler Chemical Cleaning Wastewater. Final Technical Report. Maryland Department of Natural Resource. 100pp, 1997.

Huang, C. P., et al., The Equilibrium and Rate of Metal Uptake by Sludge Particulates. Annual Technology Report. Water Environment Research Fund, 1997.

 Huang, C. P., et al.,The Equilibrium and Rate of Metal Uptake by Sludge Particulates. Volume I. Characterization of Wastewater and Sludge Particulates, Final Project Report, Water Environment Research Foundation, 1998.

 Huang, C. P., et al., The Equilibrium and Rate of Metal Uptake by Sludge Particulates, Volume II. Equilibrium Aspects of Metal Interaction with Sludge Particulates, Water Environment Research Foundation 1998.

Huang, C. P., et al., The Equilibrium and Rate of Metal Uptake by Sludge Particulates, Volume III. Kinetics Aspects of Metal Interaction with Sludge particulates, Water Environment Research Foundation 1998.

 Huang, C. P., et al., The Equilibrium and Rate of Metal Uptake by Sludge Particulates, Volume IV. Silver(I), , Water Environment Research Foundation, 1998.

Huang, C. P., et al., Electrochemical Processes for In-situ Treatment of Contaminated Soils. Final Technical Report, Department of Energy, 2001.

Huang, C. P. and Myoda, S.P., Sonochemcial Treatment of Secondary Effluent for Water Reuse: Inactivation of Cryptosporidium. Bureau of Reclamation, The Department of Interior. Final Technical Report. 2004.

Huang, C. P., Muhmadov, R. and Muhmadov, K. Adsorption of Radium on Maryland Soils. Maryland Department of Environment. Final Technical Report. 2004.